Lost Tools Press
The name Lost Tools Press is borrowed from the famous essay, The Lost Tools of Learning, by Dorothy Sayers. In it, Sayers humorously reminisces about the forgotten tools of learning, otherwise known as the seven liberal arts: grammar, logic, rhetoric, arithmetic, geometry, astronomy, and music. Inspired by Sayers and John Taylor Gatto, Lost Tools Press aims to raise the bar by publishing books that speak to a higher ideal in literature. There is no particular genre for the press, only that each Lost Tools book will be chosen for its inherent ability to cultivate the reader’s mind.